"known for his minutely observed paintings"

Andrew Dibben

Andrew Dibben became a full-time artist in 1989, specialising mainly in landscape and marine subjects. He is primarily a watercolourist, noted for highly detailed studio work, but also works in the field, resulting in work of a looser appearance. He is known for minutely observed paintings of small wooden boats, architectural subjects, and expansive beach scenes.

He was one of the four founder members of the I.E.A. (Institute of East Anglian Artists), and is also a member of the East Anglian Group of marine Artists.

From 1977 onwards, he has shown work with the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours (R.I.), the Royal Society of Marine Artists, and the Society of Graphic Fine Art.

watercolour
artist
Andrew Dibben

now exhibiting at the bell gallery

works at the bell gallery:

Bark and Gossamer

Watercolour
Framed 76cm x 61cm
£795

The Path Well Trodden

Watercolour
Framed 39cm x 31cm
£225

The Pond at Corton Woods

Watercolour
Framed 39cm x 31cm
£325

Corton Pond Study

Watercolour
Framed 39cm x 31cm
£225

Dense Wood

Watercolour
Framed 39cm x 31cm
£225

Highland Road, Fresh Snow

Watercolour
Framed 39cm x 31cm
£225

Lion Wood Autumn Study

Watercolour
Framed 44cm x 33cm
£275

South Norfolk Road

Watercolour
Framed 39cm x 31cm
£225

South Quay Night with Trees

Watercolour
Framed 39cm x 31cm
£225

The Road to Inversnaid

Watercolour
Framed 39cm x 31cm
£225

The Gnarled Trunk

Watercolour
Framed 76cm x 61cm
£795